Friday, Sept. 26, 10 A.M. To 1
William S. Schmidt Center
Hundreds of Maryland students
will participate in the Project WET Make A Splash Festival
BRANDYWINE, MD (September 23,
2003) - Hundreds of Maryland students will participate in the Project
WET Make A Splash Festival celebrating water education Friday, Sept. 26
from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the William S. Schmidt Center in Brandywine.
Members of the media are invited to watch students interacting in
hands-on stations relating to water including: the water cycle, fish
passage, groundwater, watersheds, springs, oysters, submerged aquatic
vegetation and more! Students from 20 fifth grades classes participating
in the festival are from Prince George’s County public elementary
schools. (Baden, Brandywine, Mattaponi, Melwood, Rosaryville, Marlton,
and J.R. Randall). The festival is one of 119 taking place in towns and
cities across the United States—the nation’s largest single-day water
Directions from Baltimore:
Take I-695 to I-97 South to US 301/ MD Rt. 3 South. Continue on 301
South through Upper Marlboro .Turn left at Brandywine Road/Route 381.
Continue on Brandywine Road approximately 9 miles to the first road
Beyond the Orme Elementary School, and turn right. Follow signs to The
Directions from Washington D.C.
Exit Capitol Beltway (I-495) at Branch Avenue/Rt. 5, South towards
Waldorf. Continue on Branch Avenue approximately nine miles to
Brandywine Road/Route 381 and turn left. Continue on Brandywine Road
approximately nine miles to the first road beyond the Orme Elementary
School, and turn right. Follow the signs to The Villages.